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Kolten Kirschke Releases New Single “Still Dreaming”

Kolten Kirschke, who has established himself in Dallas, Texas but can be heard nationwide, is coming hot off the release of his last song “Let Me Know” with his next hit and visual vision, “Still Dreaming”. Listen here

Kolten, at just 14 years old, is quickly becoming a real-deal player in the music industry. His home is currently Dallas, TX but he’s a regular performing here in Los Angeles, CA with his original music, dance moves, and visually enticing videos. As a triple threat with acting, dancing, and singing he’s been seen on Nick Cannon’s Nickelodeon show Drop That Seat, on Hulu’s Future Man, will play Nate Anderson on the new series Lone Star Justice, performed at the Bloom Festival and brought multiple songs to life in his music videos. Check his latest video for Let Me Know here https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=FM6FlSZ1m5E.

“Still Dreaming” brings great vibes and smooth vocals that’s perfect for the coming summer season. Kolten found inspiration for his original song after finally asking out his long-time crush, and when she said yes, he said it felt surreal.

“I had always wanted to ask her out but I was always really nervous too; I’m actually really quirky in person. When I finally asked her out and she said yes it felt like I was still dreaming.”

Kolten might have felt like he’s dreaming then but his musical talent is definitely real, and his dreams are just getting started.

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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